Coaxial Output

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by abz_da_man, Jan 12, 2005.

  1. abz_da_man

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    Do some DVD players have a coaxial output?? And if so, can u use this port to connect to an old TV via RF socket??
     
  2. boab_is

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    the coaxial output on a dvd is for outputting a digital audio signal to a surround amp. DVD players require a tv with a Scart or other AV input (a composite (yellow/red/white) will also do generally)

    if the old tv only has an aerial input, then it aint gonna happen i'm afraid :thumbsdow
     
  3. abz_da_man

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    cheers, il have to buy an rf modulator
     
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    Your problem then will the a dire picture in terms of quality, the only RF modulators I can ever recall seeing (some years ago) only accepted composite input, and even when plugged straight into the TV a composite signal will be plurred, noisy and generally pretty poor .. take such a signal and stuff it into a modulated TV signal and it gets many times worse.

    I presume your TV has no other types of connectors?
     

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